The FCC Wants $200 to Release Emails About Ajit Pai's Giant Reese's Mug
This is just the latest example of the agency stonewalling FOIA requests on seemingly inconsequential topics.
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Trump FCC Tries to Claim Its Blatant Sinclair Favoritism Was Entirely Coincidental
The FCC has quickly been dismantling rules designed to protect media consumers and smaller competitors.
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Two Senators Say Their Identities Were Stolen During Net Neutrality Repeal
A pair of Senators have written the FCC asking why the agency failed to prevent their identities from being stolen during recent efforts to dismantle net neutrality.
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Inside the Campaign to Save Net Neutrality
The Senate voted to save net neutrality, but there's still a long road ahead. Radio Motherboard spoke to Evan Greer of Fight for the Future about next steps.
Ajit Pai Is Intentionally Delaying His Net Neutrality Repeal and No One Knows Why
Despite claims that net neutrality officially died this week, the FCC has not officially posted the repeal yet.
Ajit Pai’s ‘Broadband Advisory Panel’ Plagued by Corruption Accusations
"It has become abundantly clear that despite the good intentions of several participants, the industry-heavy makeup of BDAC will simply relegate the body to being a vehicle for advancing the interests of the telecommunications industry."
California Democrats Want to Weaken Bill That Would Protect Net Neutrality
"It’s outrageous that California democrats would produce a document that looks like it was literally written by lobbyists for AT&T and Comcast."
The FCC Is Refusing to Release Emails About Ajit Pai's 'Harlem Shake' Video
Citing the infamous b5 exemption, the Federal Communications Commission refused to release emails related to the planning of the net neutrality video.
Congress's Biggest Opponent of Net Neutrality Is Getting Destroyed in Midterm Election Polls
Marsha Blackburn is trying to jump from the House to the Senate—and is losing by 10 points to a Democrat in Tennessee, a state Donald Trump won by 26 points.
The Sinclair Horrorshow Is the Result of Decades of Failing to Take Media Consolidation Worries Seriously
An FCC commissioner says the agency has become a rubber stamp for Sinclair Broadcasting.
Congress Is Trying to Stop Ajit Pai from Taking Broadband Assistance Away from the Poor
The Lifeline program provides subsidized communications services to low-income Americans, many of whom rely on it as their only way to access the internet.
Verizon Forced to Repair Broadband Infrastructure It Has Literally Let Fall Apart
A new settlement requires Verizon to replace bad cable, defective equipment, and faulty back-up batteries—and to take down 64,000 double telephone poles or pole stumps.
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